The Tinusaur Project is an educational platform that provides students, teachers, and makers with the tools to learn, teach and make things. We’ve been developing this since 2013 and it started because we needed such tools for our own courses. It is now used in a few schools and universities, both private and government in … Read more
We are launching a crowdfunding campaign for the Tinusaur OLED Display Kit and this its page: https://www.crowdsupply.com/tinusaur/oled-display-kit Meet the Tinusaur team at the FOSDEM in Brussels, Belgium on February 2nd and 3rd. Would you like to contact us and meet at the event or have a question about our platform? Fill out the form below.
Last week we held 2-day (on November 10th and 11th) technical writing sprint. The goal was to write some of the missing technical documentation for the Tinusaur project and more specifically the guide how to assemble your Tinusaur Board. 14 people participated – THANKS A LOT for helping us! The documentation is not quite finished … Read more
This Saturday, September 2nd, we will have one day workshop for assembling the Tinusaur kits for those who supported our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. It will take place in Varna, Bulgaria, our host will be VarnaLab – the local hackerspace. We will learn the basics of electronic components, microcontrollers – ATtiny85 in particular and, of course, … Read more
There was another “Microcontrollers, soldering and Tinusaur” workshop in our town of Veliko Tarnovo, a few days ago. On the first day, we assembled some boards, the second day we wrote some programs. For the younger kids, there were much simpler things to do – soldering blinking LED with 2 transistors, a few other components, and … Read more
Our first workshop for this year took place couple of weeks ago in Plovdiv at Hackafe. It was part of a much larger event about microcontrollers, robotics and internet-of-things. This time, it was for 2 days and in 3 parts. Part 1 (day 1) was an introduction to the microcontrollers for everyone that was just … Read more
The second Tinusaur workshop took place last Saturday (on the 14th of February) in the Veliko Turnovo – University “St. St. Cyril and Methodius”. We first taught soldering with some simple kits for the most inexperienced and the Tinusaur Starter for others. Then we wrote few simple programs – blinking LED and making sound with buzzer. The youngest were 2 … Read more
The first official Tinusaur workshop took place last Sunday (on the 14th of December) in the Veliko Turnovo University “St. St. Cyril and Methodius”. It was really great! The workshop was attended by 22 people of age 16 to 44. As you may have guessed already it was for the absolute beginners so we first learned how to … Read more